Get More Done By Scheduling to Your Strengths

If you work with a team, chances are your inbox is often flooded with invitations. Internal meetings, client conference calls, the occasional lunch request. Assuming you have some control over your calendar, how you respond to these offers generally depends on two factors: the value of attending the meeting and your availability. Rarely, however, do most consider a third factor in our decision-making criteria: the time of day when you are at your most productive.

Source: Get More Done By Scheduling to Your Strengths | Psychology Today

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